SOLO artist showcase magazine Issue2
Deadline: 30/05/2020 | Published: 19/02/2020 | City: London | Region: London | Country: United Kingdom | Qanitah Malik
SOLO are creating a second showcase magazine in print & digital and inviting artists to submit their work for entry. This magazine format is targeted directly at galleries, the design of which, places each artist foremost, in its presentation. This second edition will be distributed to 130 London based galleries and 20 regional galleries in key metropolitan areas.
SOLO, a not for profit group of artists, actively helping each other to succeed in their individual efforts and improve their careers, is offering a promotional opportunity. We are creating a showcase magazine in print & digitally and inviting artists to submit their work for entry. This magazine format is targeted directly at galleries, the design of which, places each artist foremost, in its presentation.
This second edition will be distributed to 130 London based galleries and 20 regional galleries in key metropolitan areas. We constantly strive to widen our community and include artists from a wide range of backgrounds, working in a vast array of media whether traditional or contemporary. The SOLO magazine serves to provide a voice to our network and highlight individual art practices to galleries and institutions.
Please view SOLO issue one here: https://indd.adobe.com/view/33fac796-4b47-4e67-838a-cf74b0efa6d3
An Art Magazine, size A4, printed in full colour on high-quality paper, distributed to 130 London based galleries and 20 regional galleries. We are looking for artists to join us in this second SOLO showcase magazine and we ask you to submit your work for consideration for this first stage submission.
Each artist will be able to buy a double-page spread (2 pages) to display their work. This spread will include on one page an Artist Statement, a Bio and contact details and on the second a full-page image of one piece of work.
Each artist can buy a second spread to include more work, this could be two images or one image across the spread.
First Stage Submission Details:
It is free to submit for this first stage. For this stage, please submit up to 6 jpegs maximum of 2 MB each, and a brief statement about the work. Guidelines for the publication will be provided if your work is selected.
Please indicate in the Additional Information section of the Application Form whether you are applying for 1 or 2 spreads. There is no submission fee but for those artists accepted, the cost will be £45 for a spread or £90 for 2 spreads. This will cover the costs of printing the magazine, posting it to 150 galleries and 1 copy given to each participating artist. Further copies can be supplied on request. Each participating artist will receive a list of the recipient galleries and link to the digital version for your own promotional activities, and further copies will be available to purchase.
Copyright & Artist's independence:
You will own the copyright of each image. There will a disclaimer at the back of the magazine that no image may be used or reproduced in any way without your written permission. The magazine's format will be the copyright of SOLO projects.org. We, the publishers, may wish to use some images on social media for SOLO's promotional purposes.
SOLO will not have any involvement in any potential future ongoing relationship that may develop between an artist and gallery due to the circulation of the publication and you are free to approach each gallery or use the SOLO magazine to promote your practice.
SOLO ARTISTS DOING THEIR OWN THING TOGETHER.
Individual, but not alone in our efforts to bring our work to an audience. Together, but not collectively working together.
We formed SOLO, so as individual artists we can help each other promote, support, inspire, network, and make our careers more meaningful, purposeful and progressive – to succeed in our efforts in everything other than the effort of creativity. Everything SOLO does is to promote the individual. Our activities are focused on how to reach an audience for artists. Our aim is to organise, invent, and build various platforms to showcase as many artists as we can. Up to now, we have organised 3 exhibitions and our 4th is underway. We are selective in our processes, but at our core, we are democratic. The direction we take will be for the benefit of each participating artist. We are a not-for-profit group.
Please feel free to pass on these details to other artists you know.
We look forward to receiving your submission.
DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION - 30.05.2020
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